The seadas, or “seada” in Sardinian, is a classic Sardinian dessert made of violada or violata pasta, which is made with semolina and lard, then filled with lemon-flavoured cheese and fried. In most cases, fresh pecorino cheese is utilized. It’s seasoned with hot honey or sugar, with orange blossom or wildflower honey being our favourites.
Lara d’Oriente, Rifugio degli Architetti, and Roccia are three villas recommended by Sardinia Unlimited for learning about Sardinian food.
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